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Who Is The Most Complete Strength Athlete? Strongman, One Ton Challenge, Oly Lifter, or Powerlifter w/ Travis Mash, Ryan Fischer, Anders Varner, and Doug Larson — Barbell Shrugged #424

This episode starts with a recap of the recent trip to Eleiko HQ in Halmstad Sweden. The guys made their own barbells, took a cold bath in the North Sea, sat in steaming hot saunas, ate delicious food, and trained at the baddest gym in the world. It...

Training for the Most Elite Warriors on the Planet – USAF Special Operations w/ Lt. Col. Kerns – Barbell Shrugged — Barbell Shrugged #423

The Airmen who make up Air Force Special Ops are the most specialized warriors on the planet. They are the ones other special forces look to when the mission calls for their unique skills and fearless commitment. A job for the mentally tough and...

Training, Traveling the World, and Family with 4x CrossFit Games Athlete, Regan Huckaby — Barbell Shrugged #422

Regan Huckaby is a 4x CrossFit Games Athlete. In 2019 she finished 3rd in the world on Team Invictus. She has competed twice at the CrossFit Games as an individual and two times on a team. Her CrossFit career is even more impressive as she is one of...

Training and Eating With the Strongest Girl In CrossFit, Kelsey Kiel, Anders Varner, and Doug Larson — Barbell Shrugged #421

Kelsey Kiel is a collegiate soccer player turned soccer coach. When she graduated in 2009, Kelsey moved into coaching soccer at the youth and collegiate levels. Kelsey stumbled into a CrossFit class in 2014 and the rest is history. After about a...

Adrian Conway: One Ton Challenge, 3 CF Games Podiums, and Building a Supplement Business in CrossFit w/ Adrian Conway, Anders Varner, and Doug Larson— Barbell Shrugged #419

Adrian Conway has always been self-driven to succeed. His early passion for training and dedication to team sports brought him all the way to college football, where he was a running back at Weber State University. In 2008, Conway’s focus on...

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